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The transliteration system of the BP/TLB is based on the Unicode/UTF-8 system. However, there may be difficulties with some of the letters – particularly on PC/Windows-based systems, but not so much on the Mac. We have chosen the most accepted older and traditional systems of transliteration against, e.g, Wylie for Tibetan, since with Unicode it is possible, in Sanskrit and Tibetan, etc., to represent one sound with one letter in almost all the cases (excepting Sanskrit and Tibetan aspirated letters, and Tibetan tsa, tsha, dza). We thus do not use the Wylie system which widely employs two letters for one sound (ng, ny, sh, zh etc.).
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Click to Expand/Collapse OptionPrātimokṣasūtra
yaḥ punar bhikṣur avalavipariṇatena c)ittena mātṛgrāmeṇa sārdhaṃ kāyasaṃsargaṃ samāpadyeta | hastagrahaṇaṃ vā bā(hugrahaṇaṃ1 vā veṇīgrahaṇaṃ vā anyatamānyatamasya vā aṅgapratyaṅgasaṃsparśanaṃ vā aṅgamarśanaṃ svīkuryāt saṃghāvaśeṣaḥ |  
yaṅ dge sloṅ gaṅ dral ciṅ gyur pa’i sems kyis bud med kyi yul daṅ lhan cig lus reg par byed dam | lag pa nas bzuṅ ṅam | dpuṅ pa nas bzuṅ ṅam || lan bu nas bzuṅ ṅam | yan lag daṅ ñiṅ lag gaṅ yaṅ ruṅ ba la nom pa daṅ ñug pa bdag (6) gir byed na dge ’dun lhag ma’o || 
2. Whatever monk, with impassioned1 mind, should come into bodily contact with a woman, taking her hand, taking her arm, taking her hair, touching one or another of her limbs, or should indulge in stroking her limbs, that is a saṃghāvaśeṣa. 
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